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Lipstick and Lettuce Funds Artist in Schools

Along with her check for $470.00 Kim Terpening delivered a beautiful note to Bunnell today.

“Art is a nation’s most precious heritage, for it is in our works of art that we reveal to ourselves and to others inner vision which guides us as a nation. And where there is not vision, the people perish,”

–Lyndon Johnson, upon signing into existence the National Endowment for the Arts

Dear Asia, Staff and Board of Directors of Bunnell Street Arts Center,

Our sweet town of Homer and the outlying communities are in good hands with your collective vision, programs ans well as the many eye-popping, mind-scrambling and heart-opening art exhibitions.

Thank you from my heart and soul. I hope this financial contribution from the summer sales at of handmade lipstick and lettuce at the Farmer’s Market will help with the realization of mar art for our kinds in Homer’s schools.

“If you have only two pennies, spend the first on bread and the other on hyacinths for your soul”  — Arab proverb

Kim served on our board for many years. Her lipstick and lettuce sales continue to support a program she is passionate about. What a lovely legacy! Thank you Kim!!! You are very, very inspiring!!!!


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